The 60-year-old manager has already rejected one approach from Newcastle - thrashed 6-0 by Manchester United on Saturday - as the Tyneside outfit look for a successor to Sam Allardyce.
Speaking on Radio Five Live´s Sportsweek programme, Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie said: "Harry has made it perfectly clear he has made his decision - he wants to stay at Portsmouth. That is the end of the matter. He has made it plain it is not about money so Newcastle can continue to offer him what they like."
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